Hearts of Oak midfielder Samudeen Ibrahim says he is disappointed to miss his team’s ‘Super Clash’ against Asante Kotoko on May 2 in Accra.
The silky midfielder for the past six-weeks has been out of action for the Accra giants after sustaining a foot injury in the club’s opening fixture against New Edubiase.
The promising 19 year-old midfielder has since then recovered but the upcoming game between his team and the Kumasi based club has come too early for him.
“I’m very disappointed that I will miss the game but injuries are part of the game and you cannot do anything about it,” he told Kumasi-based Boss FM.
“But I thank God that I have recovered. I hope I will play in our next league game.
“I believe Hearts of Oak have more players who are like me and some who are even better than me; I know they will play to win.”
Samudeen joined the Phobians from second-tier side King Solomon this season.
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